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  • n. Someone who is crazy (insane).


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  • A classmate from Wellesley had paid a week’s typing-pool wages to talk to a lawyer, then slipped Eleanor his business card, insisting she wasn’t going to spend the rest of her life married to some nut job who threw kitchen knives at the sofa: “The foam is popping out everywhere!”

    Strangers at the Feast

  • My friends didn’t know the complicated history behind my aversion to fun, and I believed proclaiming my mother a nut job during those tumultuous high school years would’ve been a detriment to my already damaged reputation as a “goody two-shoes” and a “brown-noser.”

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Family Matters

  • IRONY ALERT: Upon reading any and all parts of this book that deal in matters religious and political or any other areas that have traditionally caused humor-challenged people with arguably “traditional values” to burn bigmouthed women at the stake, please be aware that I reserve the right as a comic, a satirist, and a citizen of the nation that proudly proclaims itself the freest on earth to say things that should probably not be taken literally enough to make a nut job like you you know who you are feel justified in attacking me.

    Roseanne Archy

  • While this is a private site and you do have the right to continue to delete just because some right wing nut job takes offense because they did not like what was said and yet you leave up the whako postings, then all you do is show extreme bending over to the neo-cons nut jobs.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local


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